Our design engineer John Ritchie was working from home today in Helensburgh on wave power projects, when this storm hit. Dubbed ‘Hurricane Bawbag’ on Twitter we managed to get these images trending world wide. He went out with is camera to catch some of the energy Scotlands wind and waves can throw at us.
Somhairle MacDonald (aka Schmo) the Design Hub’s resident graphic designer / illustrator strives to get the perfect photo of 4c’s latest workshop creation. Unfortunately we can’t share his photos just yet, but watch this space…
Since our last update the Strathclyde PDP team have completed research and generated a number of initial concepts. They’ve visited schools and the Teaching Department at the University of Strathclyde. It was a surprise to find that schools will no longer be teaching classes as Standard Grades. Instead there is a new curriculum – Curriculum... Read more »
4c Design’s Tom Harris does his best impression of the crushinator from Futurma inside the workshops new bead blasting machine. The photo was too good not to share with everyone. Photo courtesy of Misha from MK Music What do you think? Crushinator enough for you?
We’d like to extend our congratulations to Professor Alastair Macdonald and Doctor David Loudon of the Glasgow School of Art for winning the Nexxus Innovation Award for life Sciences for their ongoing work on the Envision project. The project has been carried out as a collaboration between Professor Phil Rowe, Professor of Rehabilitation at the... Read more »